Grimsby - Edwin Leonard & Walter Bertram Wood

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Reference WMO268467


Scartho Road Cemetery



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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Grave Marker
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Front Face In Proud & Loving Memory Of / Our Dear Sons / Lieut Walter Bertram Wood / M.C.[Bar] / Hampshire Regt And Royal Flying Corps / Killed In Essex Nov 11th 1917 / Aged 20 Years / And / Lieut. Edwin Leonard Wood / 1st Royal Scots Fusiliers / Who Was Killed In Action Sept 27th 1917, / And Buried Where He Fell Near Zonnebeke / Aged 24 Years They Gave Their Lives, Their Youth, Their Golden Dreams / And Airy Castles, Built Where Sunlight Gleams, / And Roses Bloom ... . . And Gave Them Willingly / As Christ Gave His, That Day On Calvary. [At a Wayside Shrine by Harold John Jarvis] Left Face: Loving Memory Of/ Walter James Wood / Died March 15th 1939 / Aged 77 Years / ------ / Death Is Only An Horizon / And An Horizon Is Nothing / Save The Limit Of Our Sight. In Happy Memory Of / Ethel Caroline Wood / Who Rejoined Her Family On / April 13th 1958, Aged 58 Years. Right Face Also In / Precious Memory Of / Annie / The Beloved Wife Of Walter J. Wood. / Who, After A Life Of Loving / Service For Others, Rejoined Her Sons, May 30th 1924, Aged 62 Years. “She Have Awakened From The Dream Of Life.”

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